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  • "In states where Democrats don't win that often, this is not the year they're going to reverse the trend," said Republican pollster Glen Bolger, who works for North Carolina's GOP Senate front-runner, Thom Tillis. "It's hard to overcome the fundamentals with tactics, no matter how good a campaign you run."

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  • "The country's off on the wrong track, and you pay a price for that when you're in charge," said Glen Bolger, a partner at the Republican polling firm Public Opinion Strategies in Alexandria.

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